• Jennifer Rasnake

Morels From Virginia


(aka Hickory Chickens) They really make me think of fairy food.


Did you know Morels have been in used in traditional medicine for centuries, due to their health-related benefits, and current research demonstrated their anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory bioactivities, in addition to immunostimulatory and anti-tumor properties. Morels are also known to contain one of the highest amounts of Vitamin D among all edible mushrooms. You can get 34% of your daily required levels of Vitamin D from 100 grams, or a little less than a cup of Morel mushrooms- specifically Vitamin D-2.”


How To Cook Morels:

Wash the morels and cut them in half.

Have a skillet with oil in it.

Crack two eggs and put them in their own bowl

Then in another bowl do 1/2 cup corn mean 1/2 flour salt and pepper

Take the morel, dip it in the eggs and then the flour mixture, and put it in the frying pan.

Then you just wait until both sides are brown like a chicken tender

and you're done!





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